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2 States: The Story of My Marriage by Chetan Bhagat | Book Review

Did you know that the story of “2 States” is inspired by Chetan Bhagat’s own life? Perhaps this is what made this one so popular with readers. Or was it the simplicity and the warmth exuded through this closer-to-real-life tale of love lost and found? Exploring the ergonomics of Indian inter-caste relationships and marriages through a review of the highly popular book 2 States

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From Death’s Perspective: A Review of The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Discover the hauntingly beautiful world of “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak, a novel that explores the power of words and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of darkness. Through the eyes of Death, Zusak tells the unforgettable story of a young girl named Liesel, who steals our hearts with her courage and hope. Join us on a journey of lyrical prose and masterful storytelling that will stay with you long after you turn the final page.

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Teaching Children About Good and Bad Touch: A Book Review of Sweet Surprise or Sour Secret by Apurva Kaushik Sharma

“Mama, this X person said not to tell you that they touched me, and this should be our secret, or else it will be bad for me.” Imagine the plight of the mother who hears these words. Protect your child from the dangers of abuse by educating them about good and bad touch. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Sweet Surprise or Sour Secret by Apurva Kaushik Sharma is a must-read for parents and caregivers who want to empower children to speak up and stay safe. Order your copy today and start the conversation.

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Dan Brown’s Deception Point: A Masterclass in Suspenseful Storytelling

What if I told you proof of extraterrestrial life has been found buried right in the middle of the Arctic Circle, ready to thwart all logical chains of reasoning about ET? Exciting right? Well, it is or it ain’t is a matter of scientific expertise, being handled by Michael Tolland, Rachel Sexton and others in a race to find out the truth in Deception Point by Dan Brown, one of my favourite books by Brown.

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Mementos of Runjh by Nivedita Shukla: Discovering the Secrets of Runjh’s Mystical Royal Lands

So, what do you guys think is the one thing that upholds a family’s honour? Is it simply the expansion of one’s lineage and succession? Or does it also refer to the required bravery, valour, and, most importantly, equal, unbiased thinking?

Mementos of Runjh by Nivedita Ramendu Shukla is historical fiction with an element of freshness, thrills, and writing from a completely new perspective; this is a book truly for the royals and of the royals!

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Beyond World’s End: The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

What if you have to flee the earth moments before it is about to shatter into a ball of nothingness and oblivion? Can you escape before destruction hits you too? A fantastic science fiction tackling the story of post-apocalyptic survival in a different space-time continuum, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams is one of the best books to read if you want your senses to romp away on a literary rigmarole.

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